Salem Food Tours Fall 2012
Salem is synonymous with Halloween – there is no better place to celebrate! Salem is also home to an amazing spice trade history. Walk through our historic streets and tempt your tastebuds with a devilishly delicious taste of Salem on one of our upcoming Food Tours.Week of October 1st:
- Wednesday October 3rd
- Saturday October 6th
If you would like to participate in these or any other date, click here. Photo: local honey, Salem Spice – scroll down to read more.
In gratitude: Scent
75% of what we taste is due to sense of smellAs you sample some of Salem’s best foods, visit our Farmers Market, or prepare your favorite homemade dish, remember that approximately 75% of what we call taste is actually due to our sense of smell. We welcome our latest Partner, Salem’s Aroma Sanctum, whose incredible collection of essential oils brings the power of scents to life! Aromasanctum.com.
Salem’s wonderful resources and B&Bs
Visting Salem or have visitors and want to take advantage of all Salem has to offer? Visit our Local Resource list.
From elegant Bed and Breakfasts to the Arts, we hope you
If you are planning on staying in Salem at any one of our B&B friends, please let us know when you make your reservation for a Tour!
Featured Tour Partner:
Salem Spice/The Picklepot75 Wharf Street, Pickering Wharf, Salem, MASalem Spice provides quality products and know-how on historic Pickering Wharf:
“Salem Spice is your source for culinary spices, sauces, marinades, rubs, teas and cooking supplies. We are located on Pickering Wharf in Salem Massachusetts, where the spice trade in the North American continent began. We have over 300 spices and teas which can be all ordered online and delivered to your front door.” – David Bowie, Proprietor, Salem Spice, located within The Picklepot.
Spices, seasonings and more – a world of spices – at Salem Spice!
Ghost Chilies – one of the hottest chilies in the world – at Salem Spice.
A wealth of information on spices, marinades and more – stop in to see David at Salem Spice to answer your seasoning questions.
TIP: Salem Spice is a great resource when making that fall pie or thinking about your upcoming holiday season dinners!